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Remington 11-87

The Remington 11-87 autoloading shotgun was introduced in 1987 and is available in both 12 and 20 gauge variants. The 11-87 is available in a wide varety of configurations, including the Model 11-87 Police and the Model 11-87P Military Law Enforcement Shotgun. Articles on the Remington 11-87 Remington 11-87 Sportsman: When Enough is Enough Sporting auto shotguns have escalated in ...

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Remington Shotguns

Some of the most popular Remington shotguns are: Remington 870 Remington 1100 Remington 11-87 Articles on Remington Shotguns Remington 11-87 Sportsman: When Enough is Enough Sporting auto shotguns have escalated in price in the last decade as companies meet the wider performance window many hunters demand. Dedicated waterfowlers are shooting 3 1/2″ autos to launch enough steel shot for far ...

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Weatherby Shotguns

Weatherby is a name best-known for its magnum rifles, but Weatherby also sells over/under, side-by-side, and semi-auto shotguns. In addition to manufacturing firearms, Weatherby imports shotguns from SKB (Japan) and Fausti Stefano (Italy). Articles on Weatherby Shotguns Affordable elegance: The Weatherby Athena D’Italia shotgun Weatherby believes there is a need for a traditional, high-quality double gun distributed and supported by ...

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Browning Cynergy

The Browning Cynergy over/under shotgun was introduced in 2004. The Browning Cynergy shotgun is available in 28, 20 and 12 gauges. The Cynergy was awarded the Shotgun of the Year award from the Shooting Academy of Excellence in 2004. Articles on the Browning Cynergy Striking shotgun designs for the 21st Century If at times you have felt that the shotgun ...

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Remington 870

The Remington 870 was introduced in 1950 and has since become the top selling pump action shotgun in the world. Articles on the Remington 870 Ultra-Tech 870 Combining the latest, most sophisticated technology available for combat weaponry in 2001 on an “old fashioned” Remington pump shotgun may seem like putting a turbocharger on a Model T, but the tried-and-tine Model ...

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Remington 1100

The Remington 1100 autoloading shotgun was introduced in 1963 and has been in production for over forty years. The Model 1100 is made in 12 gauge, 16 gauge, 20 gauge, and .410 bore. Articles on the Remington 1100 Remington 1100 competition master – Out of the Box If there has ever been an all-around champ of shotguns it must be ...

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Shotguns

The shotgun is the best firearm to protect your home and family. This is true for several reasons: A shotgun is extremely powerful at short ranges It is difficult to miss with a shotgun Shotgun shells do not penetate well through walls, decreasing the chance of injuring a friendly person by accident The defensive shotgun should be 12ga, and should ...

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Mossberg Shotguns

Articles on Mossberg Shotguns Mossberg’s 410 home defender: a well-targeted shotgun What are the three reasons customers buy guns? To hunt, to target shoot, and to defend themselves. Of the three, the trickiest to sell is a self-defense customer. Hunters know when and where they want to hunt, plinkers and competitors know how much fun target shooting is, but no ...

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Beretta Shotguns

Articles on Beretta Shotguns Beretta D10 Trident This premier Italian shotgun is destined to be the first classic Over/Under of the 21st century. Franchi and Stoeger get Benelli’s inertia drive There are some real pluses to being a gunmaking dynasty. Beretta now owns, among other companies, Benelli, Franchi and Stoeger and has taken the remarkable step of spreading Benelli’s inertia ...

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Browning Superposed

The Browning Superposed was the worlds first successful Over/Under shotgun. The first patent on the Browning Superposed was filed on 15 October, 1923. Browning Superposed shotguns are manufactured in Belgium by Fabrique Nationale. Articles on the Browning Superposed The Many Faces of the Browning Superposed The Superposed was the world’s first over and under shotgun — at least the first ...

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